Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Knowing About Child Development and Learning

  • April 30, 2017

Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) is a research-based framework that outlines practices in the early childhood environment that provide optimal education for young children’s learning and development or “best practices.” DAP requires teachers to be aware of children’s development, meet them where they are as individuals and know about the social and cultural contexts in which each child lives. These three considerations make up the core of developmentally appropriate practice. The first core consideration is knowing about child development and learning.

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